Not a telemark movie, but an inspiring skiing movie none-the-less

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lilcliffy
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Re: Not a telemark movie, but an inspiring skiing movie none-the-less

Post by lilcliffy » Sat Apr 06, 2019 7:53 pm

Thank you for posting this Harris.
Enjoyed it very much.
Wow.
Cross-country AND down-hill skiing in the backcountry.
Unashamed to be a "cross-country type" and love skiing down-hill.

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Re: Not a telemark movie, but an inspiring skiing movie none-the-less

Post by fisheater » Sun Apr 07, 2019 11:33 am

Things change as you get older. When I was younger I wanted to ski Chanonix. Now I look at the glades of Japan and think how wonderful that would be. Right now what I really hope for, after a couple of not so hot winters, is two feet at home, with single digit (F) temps for two weeks to keep it preserved.

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